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the famous incident of Sheridan's Ride from Winchester; and, in justice to the Sixth Corps, it should be noted in connection with that affair, that General Wright had already given Early a successful check, had made the dispositions for a counter advance, and was about to move forward when Sheridan resumed command. From a letter in the National Tribune, May 26, 1887: Upton's charge, May 12th--J. W. Johnson, and Thomas Hassatt, of the 121st New York, received severe bayonet wounds Simon Mann, of Company G, of the same regiment, fell on the works, shot dead, but had a Rebel impaled on his bayonet. (Signed.) J. M. Lovejoy, Company G. 121st New York, South Valley, N. Y. General Russell was killed at the Opequon, and the gallant Bidwell at Cedar Creek. The casualties of the corps at the Opequon aggregated 211 killed 1,442 wounded, and 46 missing total, 1,699. At Cedar Creek, it lost 298 killed, 1,628 wounded, and 200 missing; total, 2,126. Its total loss in the Shenandoah c